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this is it i have to fight tax or sanctioned by the kremlin a lot of me it would seem somehow linked to the hooligans the alleged leader of the russian hooligans in maasai the city the killer we go take it i go my film crew together the man alex finally got to russia so they could become whole again it's time to head in. housing is tourists we managed to get a camera inside. i. reckon i told to go there and also look in there on the fence. in a stadium full of hooligans we got nowhere for some reason these russian hooligans refused to be to us that they were actually us. to. track down the men terrorize them also i agree to talk but only on the condition of their identities at the sky so it turns out the butchers were at the center of the
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violence i was told to speak to the man who led them in from its west to be called dennis. has it right where you reckon it's pretty cool first. person first a free person if i fell over right on the counter and i look different if i feel the law. well and. this for a second because it would seem to be transmission osho. where is. going to lead you. to do it these leaders to. really produce this person almost a new leader do you see you when you think that you're almost the worst in this and there's been this you. and i think. it's really become. bored now there's a lot. more. to go on the us someone got of them a lot you know you should. abolish them.
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but all spoilt my life i feel yes lucia still despite i've got against the wall yet me and. any. law that alters will the rights or should i just. read the bill it's not will not put a gun a couple of brown regularly. look at it you probably. can't be true because i saw a line that you said you were part of the special military forces of football since why vladimir putin to call to europe. to go. to d.c. will you more. but it but he has put in what is sure on deal it's total sham just one moment. and you can point to how do you know it's a real because we think your life is a lot of us that we actually see differently so you looks just like you are silly
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if i say i understand so we are no absolute this is not the feeling is definitely the work i'm sorry the trip to how you want to answer. you know here's a bit of the drivel going on. now. i know anyone who would watch a scary russian horgan documentary without any scary organs and. well they had a good search anyway and the opening match by the way of the world cup kicks off hard to believe on thursday three days time luzhniki stadium and of course we'll be coverage right throughout the tournament. ok to a story that's caused a lot of debates now a nine year old british girl has been placed in rehab for her addiction to online gaming her parents say she was playing for ten hours a day without taking a break. you
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know this is the game in question might look familiar to some of you it's called fortnight bottle royale it's an online multiplayer survival game one hundred players are dropped in a virtual island but only one can make it off it is incredibly popular with over forty million dollars load since it was launched last july but the parents of the nine year olds are calling for it to be but we had no idea when we let her play the game of they said victim nature or the impact it will have on her mental health this is a serious issue which is destroying our little girl's life and someone needs to step in to ban it before it becomes an epidemic or some people are challenging the parents for allowing their child to be online so long we also last of the
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developers behind fortnight for the response as we await their thoughts we got the opinions of a former hawker and a psychologist. son he's fourteen and. she plays for him and i see him played a lot the great thing about is i see him interacting with kids all over the world there are lots of ways to communicate with people around the world other than video games and our children are losing a little bit of a sight as to what's real and and what's maybe virtual i think video games are paul paul coaching now the story that broke recently of annoying your old was how to have because of being on formula we don't blame the parents i don't blame the children become puter games on bond i just don't see the use of them i don't see how they're productive there is such a tendency to spend so much time on the computer at least that studies show that the more time they spend in front of a computer or on their phones the more likely they are to have depression and other
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mental disorders it's been says studies by the university of california for example in twenty fifteen when computer games are actually being found tarnishing increased memory especially in three d. games there are many ways to increase memory certainly pen to paper or pencil to paper all sorts of memory games that you can play with a book think games also can teach them you know what you can maybe they can be good to be a study is being sensible you know if your kids on it for many many hours and there's a problem if the child runs a boss a couple times i was going to be a problem so it's just about more the rationing i think it's just sensible use of the toy interacting socially though is really important thing that children are losing you know they start to feel like their friends live in their computer when indeed those aren't real people those aren't real friends that are in their lives especially with children and they're in their young formative years for their brains are still developing with the increased risks of mental problems because of
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it i see no reason to you know make video games part of that when they're just all together not. sorry. facebook seems to be rolling out of options and it's a long battle with fake news the company has gone from human fact checkers to an automated system and back to hiring real people again our quarter he's been looking beyond the like supporters in the never ending crusade against fake news facebook has come full circle it's now hiring so-called news credibility specialists to presumably look through and determine the fake from the truth was the can individuals with a passion for journalism who believe in facebook's mission of making the world more connected as a member of the team you'll be toast with developing a deep expertise in facebook's news credibility program after media outlets picked
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up on facebook's new position the social media giant took down that ad re uploading it with a few tweaks and a new title news publisher specialist yeah that raises less questions but wait a second a person deciding what info you should get on social media haven't we seen that before this is just a system that they put in place that allows people to inflate news sports news into the tranny topics and and also suppress news that's the one in twenty sixteen facebook fired employees apparently after pressure over liberal bias in their trending feed every once in a while a red states will conservative news source would have a story but we would have to go and find the same story from a more neutral outlet. then they put an algorithm in charge but that didn't go as planned either with the technology accused of being ineffective and biased within days fake news started trending and they even recently shut down the feature
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altogether from research we found that over time people found the product to be less and less useful perhaps in deciding what's credible and what's not it makes no difference whether an algorithm or a person does it especially if zuckerberg wants his brainchild to be more than a one sided platform i am i am very committed to making sure that facebook is a platform for all ideas that is a very important founding principle of what we do well then problem solved no need for news credibility specialist after all donald quarter r.t. . indeed with a story based on all night i didn't a fide source is getting bigger headlines in the mainstream media the job of fact checking is getting ever more difficult but it still seems you can say what you like when you use those all named sources. latest headlines from asean anonymous sources network. can't wash pool according to someone and they say in b.c.
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house notes i know someone who spoke to donald trump recently about life in the white house and donald trump's biggest complaint was that he's not allowed to watch porn and the white house has got him into a possible how a sandels deeper into the force keeping trump's urges down state actors broke into the d.n.c. undermined hillary clinton to help donald trump when. lives in a separate bedroom and trump asks. according to a book based on evidence you'll never see. recordings of notes i spoke to people who spoke to the president. is that why she probably tried to dig her way out stay tuned for twitter experts suggesting just that security footage of millenia trauma proving that the white house sinkhole is actually her escape tunnel. long that swiss molony on the verge of giving away or escape routes exclusive analysis by us
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and experts state shooting for the latest news brought to you by a s a. i want to bring you interesting development in france where three economists who work with the president on his election campaign last year are expressing their concern of what they see as increasingly right wing policies of his they're also calling for a new initiatives to reduce inequality. the government has acquired an image of an administration that is indifferent to social issues a growing number of french people including some of the most fervent supporters and twenty seventeen are disillusioned and many of those who supported the candidate are expressing the fear of a reorientation to the right well one of the biggest criticisms we hear about president. is that he is a president of the rich and that's because last year his government slashed the controversial wealth tax in france but that only benefited around one percent of
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the top french families he's also been criticized for the controversial immigration bill which actually discord within his own party one m.p. was so incensed when that law was passed in the last two months that he actually quit or march and that's because that bill saw detention of migrants increasing from forty five to ninety days and also look to speed up and deportation there's also been the changes to the labor laws in france which people see as making it easier to hire and fire people all of these things have sown such to school to france that we've seen people sometimes in their thousands and thousands out on the streets in france protesting and sometimes these protests have turned into rights against his policies.
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oh. one recent poll showed that only forty three percent of respondents the saw my corn in a positive light so why has president decided to implement policies which seem to be so unpopular one of the reasons michael government says these were the policies. that he was elected on these were in his manifesto pledge now also he would argue is all about attracting foreign investment and making the french economy stronger in the long run many people are so unhappy that there is a growing chorus of people calling on president be the candidate of the center that he promised to be in the run up to the two thousand and seventeen presidential elections. short of. some of. the law british lifestyle are reinforcing the president of the rich image.
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not just the dishes that need changing resign. the. ruined france incapable of hiring emergency nurses but buys dishes for the emmys a for over five hundred euros a dish for dessert. fifty thousand euros a trifle for these people mccraw and at the exclusive service of the oligarch.
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monday nights here in moscow twenty five minutes past the hour i'll be back at the top of the hour more global news from r t h q you stay with us now though for more great programs right around the corner. and is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos remember wolf it was dismissive to me like you to say this is my complicity is something i'm going to go to sunday on maybe. you know john i just hope that they should be the only palestinians who gets the most help from its jerusalem counterparts i don't think there's some of those who in the world and the
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location good note. only because it is. i know it is the office that it's got to this lady of the muscle that you had i don't know if you call t.v. in the doesn't seem to do more. but there's often. a low we here in st petersburg attending the annual st petersburg international economic core our topic is from the atlantic to the pacific we all know the world is changing we talk about what moves these changes and who's behind. welcome to our panel titled from the atlantic to the pacific creating a space for trust trust in two thousand and eighteen that's an interesting concept here before we discuss start a discussion about to ask each one of my guests to introduce themselves and their affiliations and tell me ok. i amand turn your finally go from me.
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and i'll be out tomorrow i was representing of the french president for it could be me corporation the time of president sarkozy a member of laos art and i can be for fifteen years and after i am president of my own company advising europe and b. company we invest in a working russian excellent family chief executive officer of the government far east and baikal region development and i close my goat i have paid for ten years the chairman of the chairman association for us and will eastern europe and i have different responsibilities in bob's major companies as for example to. star as well as first child. of chairman of the information and media commission of the upper chamber of the russian parliament. was a present of a storm and no inertia so our system producing rolling stock and the solutions for
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the railways and there were also the base german of this was usually group and businesses. and last but not least and when i was in a gig i got a phoned and the know their faculty or school and a national economics and foreign affairs at the state university there are sixteen of us the higher school of economics we always have these long descriptions for these panels and i think the title of the unit creating a space mean are we even at a point where we can even contemplate creating trust when we have so much distrust that is just only enhancing as time goes by and it's particularly well one particular country in the world is sowing a lot of distrust all across the globe and we can talk about the iran deal and other things but i mean you know this was written before that happened but can we actually talk about trust right now close to that. and to my mind trust is based on certain. well it's of interest and until we reach those balance of interests our
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trust will be in jeopardy and that's evident asserting one's interest and the interests of one country over the interests of other countries by. means of pressure sanctions and so on that that is destroying trust and that's why i understand the essence of your question. if we talk about trust today what are we facing i think we're facing and an effort at trust destruction. to my mind it comes mostly from our one global power and the only global power. that hasn't given a cell phone the pass of. america first which means that the interests of the united states are coming in first place despite any. any bonds of interest contrary to the. and this esoteric of having.
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trust being rebuilt in a world i said to get it in and i think you know we were mentioning the term interests i mean there's nothing wrong with sovereign countries protecting their national interest it's the universal but in this state we have some. they would say your interests are not legitimate basically anything that they are trying to build their relationship i mean in between states are on trusts. is a failed exercise. as well as enough electoral size was to build the region to do the seeds based on barriers because vera is a changing within the states within societies constantly and you couldn't even find the baby the basin could build only his sheep upon common interests and balance of power and that is the only foundation for for whatever you call trust if you
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understand that your interest coincide. or concur or they're moving in the same directions then you could work together and working together you could build up or you wish you could. but if there is no solid foundation then we are doomed to fail that has happened exactly i mean twenty years ago where we were talking trust trust trust where one side was i mean push again the other side i mean to the fringe extent i mean political extinction now we have a back. backlash for example a few to no. due to that backlash will have a one sided cold war and they're cutting to some of the come out of me and my colleagues we are russia plus china and others could win in this cold war we would be good to know because about the bells will be again not stable just because going
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into a like a new cold war ice war is not with the choice of all parties here and tell me you want to make a comment. by surprise you i would like to focus. we often to believe that to then i think. we've asked for it well then i shook it when we discovered this song think i said this i fear that free trade to see the to be at the end no but in fact it is an hour of it but i think. thirty there was really meaning to buy a year's fota goods at the counter thought of flows today you in a cup at a discovered that the global economy is the leaning forward to protect. except by us. their us into the dues to global of us to only imports over still as our mean you know why the better gaming. out of the south into this we've
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got your point about free trade here in the me go to john pier because i think it's really important if we look at a greater eurasian. political and economic space obviously trade is going to be involved in that you think recent events again in iran is the eight hundred pound gorilla sitting in the corner is this sending a very strong message now that the europeans have to start reassert i mean looking towards it amy we it's a truism asia is is the center of the future ok because of economic trade because of populations all kinds of things but i mean real political events on the ground now or shouldn't make the european start rethinking their position these a b. the atlantic world. to make their living was a previous question and he's went you know it was a trust is a nice thing but it depends we need rules of the game of the rule of the game change we are not in the union or to a word you know russia is voc china is there not only you know he said that these
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look back now. impose mazie us. to sanctions not to be appreciated to european companies and they sing historical reporting east for europe now. and our partners in europe are always that way is that we have the opportunity to stop when does a sanctions everybody forgets that.


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